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Volume 62 - 2006


Introduction: Philosophy of Education in a Pluralistic World - Daniel Vokey


An Inquiry into Inquiry: (How) Can We Learn from Other Times and Places? - Sharon Bailin

Response: (What) Can We Learn from Other Times and Places? - Emily Robertson

Response: "So What?": The Philosophical Import of Learning from Others - Harvey Siegel


The Philosophy of Education in the Official Educational Programs in Mexico: A Reconstruction of Epochal Philosophies - Maria Teresa Yuren

Response: Comment on the Thesis "Critical Intelligence in Epochal Philosophy" - Rosa Maria Torres Hernandez

Fear versus Fairness: Migration, Citizenship, and the Transformation of Political Community - Joseph H. Carens

Response: Strangers in our Midst: Some Educational Conditions for Transforming Political Community - Shirley Pendlebury

Response: Migration in Liberal Democracies: The Limits to Liberal Tolerance - Walter Feinberg


Framing Trials for Past Abuses Through an "Educative Dialogue": Recovering the Formative Role of Conflict in a Democracy - Mario G. Di Paolantonio

Response: Political Events and the Making of Democratic Citizens - Sigal Ben-Porath

The Educational Significance of Trust - Suzanne Rice

Response: Trust and Trustworthiness: Extending Rice's Analysis - Michael S. Katz

Transforming a Moral Right into a Legal Right: The Case of School Finance Litigation and the Right to Education - Anne Rebecca Newman

Response: Educational Rights Talk in Search of a Question - Randall Curren, Jason Blokhuis


A Philosophy for Thought: From the Classroom, from Childhood, from Philosophy Itself - Yolanda Garcia Pavon, Pablo Flores del Rosario

Response: A Philosophy for Thinking: Some Considerations - Manuel Anselmi

"Why Can't I Wear This?!" Banning Symbolic Clothing in Schools - Dianne Gereluk

Response: A Paradigm of an Intractable Dilemma - Josh Corngold

Don't Stand So Close to Me: Relational Distance Between Teachers and Students - James Stillwaggon

Response: Relational Distance Between Teachers and Students: What's the Problem? - Sean Blenkinsop

A Flower in the Grim City: Urban Environmental Education, Anti-Urban Philosophy, and Trips to the Field - Chris Moffett

Response: Lessons from the Grim City: Rethinking Urban Environmental Education - Huey-li Li

Education and the Tragedy of Culture: Pedagogical Notes on the Rationalization of Knowledge - Silvia M. Grinberg

Response: Translations, Traditions, and Tensions - Gustavo E. Fischman

Education and the Virtues of Controversy - Shelby Lorraine Sheppard

Response: Understanding the Sociopolitical Content of Controversy - Michele S. Moses

The Triptych of Liberal Education - Erika Anita Kiss

Response: Protagoras versus Socrates - Chogollah Maroufi

Seeking Openings of Already Closed Student-Teacher Relationships - Frank Margonis

Response: What Does It Mean for Teachers to Recognize the Otherness of Students? Going with/over Margonis Between Freire and Todd - Yasushi Maruyama

(Un)Disciplining Virtue: Autonomy as Attunement and Relation - Peter Giampietro

Response: Attunement, Relation, and Autonomy as Virtues of Character - Emery J. Hyslop-Margison

Writ Large: Graffiti and Praxis in Pedagogical Third Spaces - Jessica Lee Hochman

Response: I Can't Hail a Cab, So I'll Hail Ya from the Subway: Addresses from a Third Space - Kal Alston

A Retrieval of Awe: Examining Disruption and Apprehension in Transformative Education - Todd B. Rowen

Response: The Refusal of Wonder - Trevor Norris

Critical Thinking and Intractable Disagreement - Dale Turner

Response: The Limits of Intractability - Jon Fennell

Renovating The Schoolhome - Helen Anderson

Response: A Dualism Revisited: Education for Comfort and Discomfort - Haeryun Choi

The Ethics of the Negative: Overcoming the Frustrations of Thinking Dialectically in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit - Tyson Edward Lewis

Response: Absent History and Dialectic - Karim Dharamsi

On the (In)Feasibility of School Choice for Social Justice - Ken Howe

Response: The Critiquing of Charters while the Elephant of Public Schools Is in the Room - Deron Boyles

A Hope for Hope: The Role of Hope in Education - Dror Post

Response: Interrupting Hope - Gert Biesta

Unveiling Cross-Cultural Conflict: Gendered Cultural Practice in Polycultural Society - Sharon Todd

Response: How to Do Things with Headscarves: A Discursive and Meta-Discursive Analysis - Claudia W. Ruitenberg

Trust and Suspicion in Critical Thinking as Transcendence - Christina Hendricks

Response: Immanuel Kant as Mediator Between Objectivism and Contextualism in Critical Thinking? Jurgen Habermas on Kant's "Monologism" -  Walter Okshevsky

Bordering on Violence: A Levinasian Critique of Ontology and Ethics in Giroux's Critical Pedagogy - Matt Jackson

Response: Human Rights and Democracy: Reading Giroux Otherwise with Levinas - Clarence W. Joldersma

Freire and Whitehead: Any Difference? - Robert E. Roemer

Response: Freire and Whitehead: Any Difference? Yes. - James M. Giarelli

On Compassion and Community Without Identity: Implications for Moral Education - Ann Chinnery

Response: Reflections on Educational Community: Without Identity, With Compassion - Ann Diller

No-Fault Responsibility - Barbara S. Stengel

Response: Moving Beyond the Blame Game: Subverting Privilege - C. Joseph Meinhart

Left Behind Once Again: What's Luck Got to Do with Current Education Policies and Practices? - Ronald David Glass

Response: Luck in the Educational System - David P. Ericson

How Do We Learn from the Lives of Others? - Bryan R. Warnick

Response: Mediating Imitative Learning - Paul Farber

Intuition in Education: Teaching and Learning Without Thinking - Leonard J. Waks

Response: Empty Thoughts and Blind Concepts - Pradeep A. Dhillon

Communal Training of the Solitary Individual: A Nietzschean Puzzle Concerning Liberal Education - Rebecca M. Katz

Response: Nietzsche, Deception, and Education: A Response to Katz's Nietzschean Puzzle - Andrea English

Beyond Scientific versus Interpretive: Deweyan Inquiry and Educational Research - Terri S. Wilson

Response: Science and Dichotomies: A European Outlook - Tone Kvernbekk

Enslavement of Children, or Chrysalization of Class - Alexander M. Sidorkin

Response: In Praise of Adult Liberation - Francis Schrag

Seeking the Affective and the Imaginative in the Act of Reading: Embodied Consciousness and the Evolution of the Moral Self - Karen A. Krasny

Response: Receiving Literature - David T. Hansen

Philosophy and the Art of Teaching for Social Justice - Kathy Hytten

Response: Performing Life Stories: Getting By in Teaching for Social Justice - Sarah McGough

Authority Is Never Genuine, but Neither Is Giving It Up: Toward a Derridean Theory of Un-Enlightened Empowerment - Charles Bingham

Response: Present Still, the Integrity of the Educator - Paul Smeyers

Is Disobedience Sin? Christian Perspectives on Problems of Classrom Management - Charles Howell

Response: Reasonable Pluralism and the Politics of Dialogue - Suzanne Rosenblith

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